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PKMH Beauty Tips

You hardly manage to take time throughout the Diwali season, what with getting ready for the festivities, puja’s and visiting one party after another. So when it's done and you finally get a moment to breathe, you'll undoubtedly notice that your beauty regimen is completely out of sort, as is your skin. To address it, you'll need a skincare programme that will target your problems and restore your skin's health.

Fortunately for you, we have some solutions:

1. Pamper your face

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Don't you think it's time to give your skin a rest after days of wearing cosmetics and eating fatty foods? An extremely moisturising face mask is the best approach to do this. Begin by combining the pulp of 1 ripe avocado with 1 tablespoon yoghurt, 1 teaspoon honey, and a few drops of coconut oil in a mixing bowl. Apply the thick paste to your face and neck, wait 30 to 40 minutes, and then wash it off with warm water. Honey and coconut oil are naturally moisturising, and they go nicely with chilled yoghurt and fatty-acid-rich avocados. This face pack has everything you'll need to nurture your skin organically!

2. Rehydrate yourself

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As crucial as any other phase in the procedure, drinking plenty of water at regular intervals is essential. It aids in the cleaning of the intestines and improves the suppleness of the skin. Toxins can be flushed out with water, fresh fruit juices, herbal teas, and detox water. Caffeine and green teas are both drying to the skin.


3. Rehydrate the skin

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So, for each of us, the decision to take this step is as personal as it gets. Use moisturising creams and ingredients when the temperature drops to assist restore skin moisture that may have been lost owing to increasing pollution and cosmetic products. It's also worth noting that rehydration includes caring for one's body, hands, and feet. To avoid dryness, use body butter, hand cream, and foot cream.


4. Reclaim your skincare routine

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Following your festivities, you must return to your everyday routine. Make sure you resume your AM-PM schedule. Include moisturising components like hyaluronic acid in your daily regimen and cover with moisturiser and SPF if your routine requires a change for the winter season. It's crucial to get back into the regimen, even if you just use two things. Also, do not forget your eye cream.


5. Sugar reduction

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Sugar, in whatever form, has a long-term effect on the skin and general health. While you may have indulged in your favourite sweet treats and delicacies to mark the occasion, it's best to hold off on this sinful indulgence for a while. If you can't keep away from sweets, jaggery and honey are two healthier alternatives to pure sugar.


6. Stay distant from alcohol for a while

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Consider it to be a necessary step in the cleaning process. Alcohol has an effect on the skin because it dehydrates the body, causing it to become dry and flaky. After the event, go on a two-week detox, avoiding alcoholic and acidic beverages. To treat dry skin, exfoliate lightly and apply moisturizing serums and moisturizers.


7. Steaming

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Due to the number of toxins, your skin has been exposed to, it's normal for your skin to display anguish in the form of blackheads and whiteheads. This is when you need a skin care programme that focuses on opening your pores and thorough washing your skin, such as steam. This will not only cleanse your skin by eliminating pollutants but will also aid in the clearing of your complexion.


8. Masking

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A deep cleaning mud mask should be used as part of your skin care routine to relax your skin and guarantee that it feels clean. Fuller's earth, also known as multani mitti, is a cleansing herb. Furthermore, it's anti-inflammatory, so if you've been breaking out since the holidays, this is exactly what you need. 2 tbsp multani mitti, 1 tbsp rose water, 20 tbsp multani mitti, 1 tbsp rose water, 20 tbsp multani mitti, 1 tbsp rose water Another skincare advice is to rinse with lukewarm water to ensure that your skin is well cleaned.


9. Rejuvenating facials

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The need of a post-holiday skincare routine is critical since your skin requires deep washing to eliminate any debris and pollutants that might hurt your skin if not removed. It helps to revitalise your skin by allowing it to breathe and renew. Though you may keep up with your skincare routine at home, it is always preferable to use the services of professionals. Take a trip to the greatest spa and give your skin a well-deserved respite. Tattva Spa provides the greatest facial therapy, which nourishes your skin with lymphatic drainage massage and removes all types of pollutants, even if it is deeply embedded in your skin.


10. Go natural

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Opt for minimal makeup or no makeup at all to give your skin a well-deserved vacation. Massage coconut oil on particularly dry areas of your body (such as your elbows and heels) to provide an extra boost of moisture. Boost your Vitamin E consumption by eating almonds, spinach, and shrimp with your meal to maintain your skin fresh and plump.

These are some of our top #pkmhbeautytips and suggestions for you, so that your skin not only has that healthy glow during the festive season but post that when it needs that TLC the most.

Let your skin be your new filter!


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